Home News Congress buys more time for budget dispute News Congress buys more time for budget dispute By Reuters - March 17, 2011 Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The Congress on Thursday bought itself more time to work out a much-delayed budget deal as the costs of the stalemate were increasingly felt across the globe. Read the full story. Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrintGoogle Related RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR News Judge Roy Moore: Hypocrite, con man, liar Capitol Hillbillies Winners and losers in Republican tax bill Capitol Hillbillies Trump’s double standard on sexual harassment 2 COMMENTS If this Congress succeeds in getting through the rest of the fiscal year with only CRs to fund the government, look for a push to go to a biennial budget, to be followed eventually by a four-year budget cycle that would begin on the first of January following a regular Presidential inauguration on the preceding Jan 20. Time is running out. Period… . Keep procrastinating. Eventually you will not have to make any more decisions. Comments are closed.